The Financial Technology Law Review provides a comprehensive global view on implications that technology may have for the financial services sector, including consideration of cutting edge developments (such as AI and blockchain) and their interaction with regulation.

The Australia chapter of this publication was authored by Peter Reeves. The emphasis of the collection is on the law and practice in various jurisdictions and includes discussions on emerging and unsettled legal issues in the area of financial technology. The chapter will assist those who represent or are engaged with institutions trying to navigate complex regulatory requirements and frameworks in relation to such issues.

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